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The voters of District 11, including 130th Street in College Point, could play a key role in deciding who controls the State Senate.
Frank Padavan is milling
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Need a plumber? Call the City Council.
The City Council plugged some leaks Wednesday by approving a package of legislation aimed at conserving the city's water supply.
The bills will
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Dean Skelos hopes to regain his post as majority leader if Republicans take back the State Senate in November.
After a rough two years of scandals, coups,
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Gustavo Rivera addresses his supporters following his primary victory
It's quiet at the Riverdale diner. Gustavo Rivera and three of his staffers sit at the back of the dining room against
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(For a list of all primary winners and losers in New York City, go to our primary election results.)
The Tea Party arrived in
(For more on the 2010 primary, see our story on who New Yorkers voted for and the new way they voted. And for an report from the Bronx, site of
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The area near ground zero has been the scene of several protests for and against an Islamic center proosed for lower Manhattan.
Nine years after the Sept,
The rapid expansion of charter schools, such as Democracy Prep in Harlem, has fueled the race between incumbent State Sen. Bill Perkins and challenger Basil Smikle.
Jay Seales' son is
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Thomas Nast drew this cartoon to portray Republican woes in 1877, but it could apply to the New York GOP in 2010.
In 2006, Democratic Attorney General
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Guillermo Linares, the former City Council member and city immigration commissioner, stood at the corner of Dyckman and Broadway in Inwood last week, glad-handing commuters climbing up